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Every superhero movie coming out in the future

Fantastic Four - 8/7/2015

With the foreseeable future chock-full of superhero films, it's time to take a look at the full slate of movies for Marvel and DC. The Fantastic Four reboot stars Miles Teller (Whiplash), Michael B. Jordan (Fruitvale Station), Kate Mara (House of Cards) and Jamie Bell (Billy Elliot) as a group of superheroes who must learn to harness their powers to save Earth from Dr. Doom. (Photo: Marvel)

Deadpool - 2/12/2016

Ryan Reynolds (Green Lantern) will reprise the role of Deadpool in the upcoming superhero flick. Reynolds, if you recall, played Wade Wilson in X-Men Origins: Wolverine. The Comic-Con crowd gave the sneak peek a standing ovation and asked for an encore viewing when footage was shown in 2015. (Photo: Marvel)

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice - 3/25/2016

The Man of Steel sequel will pit Superman against the Dark Knight in DC's first live-action film to feature the two iconic superheroes. Henry Cavill returns to the role of Superman, while Ben Affleck (Gone Girl) will get his first turn as the Caped Crusader. Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Lex Luthor and others in the DC Universe have been confirmed for the upcoming flick. (Photo: DC Entertainment)

Captain America: Civil War - 5/6/2016

Captain America: Civil War will serve as a quasi-Avengers sequel with many superheroes making appearances in the thirteenth installment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. After the government passes a law to regulate superheroes, the Avengers are divided into two factions--Captain America's and Iron Man's. (Photo: Marvel)

X-Men: Apocalypse - 5/27/2016

The next X-Men movie will feature Oscar Isaac (Star Wars: The Force Awakens) as bad guy Apocalypse. James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender and Jennifer Lawrence all return, while younger versions of Cyclops, Jean Grey and Storm will be featured. (Photo: Marvel)

Suicide Squad - 8/5/2016

DC's highly anticipated take on the super-villains known as the Suicide Squad bows in 2016. Under the moniker Task Force X, the squad is a government-sanctioned group executing dangerous missions from a base in Belle Reve Prison. David Ayer (Training Day, End of Watch) will write and direct the summer super-villain movie, which promises to be one of the darkest comic book films ever. (Photo: Twitter/@DavidAyerMovies)

Gambit - 10/7/2016

Channing Tatum (21Jump Street) is confirmed to play the role of the titular character Gambit. Tatum has said he's long wanted to play the New Orleans-born thief, who uses kinetic energy to throw charged objects. (Photo: Marvel)

Doctor Strange - 11/4/2016

Benedict Cumberbatch (The Imitation Game) has been confirmed to star as Doctor Strange in the upcoming Marvel flick. He'll serve as the neurosurgeon-turned-Sorcerer-Supreme. Marvel also is in talks with Rachel McAdams for the female lead. (Photo: Marvel)

Untitled Wolverine Sequel - 3/3/2017

Hugh Jackman will play Wolverine for the final time in the 2017 untitled film. Jackman has played the short-tempered Logan since 2000, but he confirmed on Twitter that the next standalone Wolverine film will be his last. (Photo: Marvel)

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 - 5/5/2017

Guardians of the Galaxy was a huge hit, so it's no wonder that the galactic group of misfits will return for the second installment of the franchise. Chris Pratt will reprise his role as Peter Quill, a.k.a. Star-Lord, who is now searching for his father's true identity. (Photo: Marvel)

Wonder Woman - 6/23/2017

Gal Gadot (Furious 6) will make her big-screen debut as Wonder Woman in Dawn of Justice. The following year, DC will give Wonder Woman her own solo movie. Chris Pine (Star Trek) recently signed on to play Steve Trevor in the film. (Photo: DC Entertainment)

Fantastic Four 2 - 7/13/2017

Before Fantastic Four was even released, the sequel was announced for 2017. Expect all four superheroes to return for this adventure. (Photo: Marvel)

Spider-Man Reboot - 7/28/2017

As part of a deal between Sony and Marvel, Spider-Man will enter the larger Marvel Cinematic Universe with an appearance in Civil War. Tom Holland (Locke) and Marisa Tomei (The Wrestler) have been confirmed to play the roles of Spider-Man and Aunt May, respectively. Word is that the reboot will focus on Peter Parker's high school days. (Photo: Sony)

Thor: Ragnarok - 11/3/2017

Loki will make his triumphant return in the third standalone Thor film. Ragnarok will focus on the Norse apocalypse. Chris Hemsworth and his luscious locks will have a bigger role than his (small-ish) part in Avengers: Age of Ultron. (Photo: Marvel)

The Justice League Part One - 11/12/2017

Dawn of Justice will serve as the preamble for what DC hopes to be its version of the Avengers in The Justice League. Zack Snyder (Man of Steel) will direct the ensemble superhero flick. (Photo: DC Entertainment)

The Flash - 3/23/2018

Ezra Miller has been confirmed to play the role of Barry Allen, a.k.a. The Flash, for this 2018 release. (Photo: DC Comics)

The Avengers: Infinity War Part 1 - 5/4/2018

The next Avengers entry will be split into two parts, not unlike Hunger Games. This will be the first Avengers film that isn't directed by Joss Whedon, as Anthony and Joe Russo will take the helm. (Photo: Marvel)

Aquaman - 6/27/2018

Aquaman will make an appearance in Dawn of Justice, but he'll have to wait until 2018 for his own standalone film. Jason Momoa (Game of Thrones) will play King of Poseidonis. (Photo: DC Entertainment)

Black Panther - 7/6/2018

Chadwick Boseman (42) will play the role of Black Panther in this upcoming Marvel film set for release over 4th of July weekend in 2018. (Photo: Marvel)

Captain Marvel - 11/2/2018

Captain Marvel will be the second female-led superhero film after Wonder Woman. All eyes are on who will play Captain Marvel. (Photo: Marvel)

Shazam! - 4/5/2019

Finally! The Rock will play a superhero. Dwayne Johnson's role was confirmed to be Black Adam in the DC film adaptation of Shazam! (Photo: DC Comics)

The Avengers: Infinity War Part II - 6/14/2019

The second half of the Infinity War will bow in 2019. Will this be the last time we see this crop of Avengers on the screen together? (Photo: Marvel)

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These people love League of Legends way more than you

Ahri and Her Nine Tails

The Los Angeles Anime Expo, the largest anime convention in North America, recently brought together some of the best League of Legends cosplayers. Here's a classic Ahri the fox with her nine tails. (Photo by: Gamespot staff)

A Gender-Bending Darius

Cosplayers don't limit themselves based on gender. Here's a cosplayer gender-bending as Darius, the battle-hardened warrior from Noxus. (Photo by: Gamespot staff)

Caitlyn Protects the Land

Anime Expo isn't exactly Piltover, but this Caitlyn cosplayer looks to protect the Los Angeles Convention Center from crime. (Photo by: Gamespot staff)

Annie Can Be a Real Sweetheart

A dedicated fan dresses up as Sweetheart Annie with her teddy bear, Tibbers, in tow. (Photo by: Gamespot staff)

Draven, the Glorious Executioner, Searches For a Victim

Darius' brother, Draven, dual-wields his two massive axes as he looks for his next casualty. (Photo by: Gamespot staff)

Katarina the Sinister Blade

Dual-wielding weapons is a common theme at the Anime Expo. Katarina, the assassin from Noxus, is looking dangerous as she poses with her two pistols. (Photo by: Gamespot staff)

The Sun Beats Down on Frostfire Annie

The Southern California sun can't stop this cosplayer from dressing up as Frostfire Annie at the Anime Expo. (Photo by: Gamespot staff)

Graves & Azir Pose Together

Two of the more popular champions in League of Legends, Graves and Azir, pose together outside of the Anime Expo. Who would've thought an outlaw and a mage could look so happy together? (Photo by: Gamespot staff)

The Most Dedicated Nightblade Irelia

This zealous cosplayer dresses as Nightblade Irelia at the Anime Expo. You won't see many champions with this kind of dedication. (Photo by: Gamespot staff)

Two Jannas Are Better Than One

These Jannas look absolutely mesmerizing outside of the Los Angeles Convention Center. Masters of the element of air, either of these sorceresses could blow you away at any moment. (Photo by: Gamespot staff)

Syndra's Quite Powerful

This Syndra fan shows the power of her magic by levitating her Dark Sphere. Luckily for everyone in attendance, Syndra didn't unleash the devastation at her fingertips. (Photo by: Gamespot staff)

The Boy That Manipulates Time

This fan does an impeccable impersonation of Ekko carrying his Zero-Drive weapon. Beware of Ekko; he'll manipulate time for his own advantage. (Photo by: Gamespot staff)

Suns Out, Sins Out

It's summer time, so this fan wanted to make sure he was comfortable yet in character for the Anime Expo as Pool Party Lee Sin. (Photo by: Gamespot staff)

The Champion of Champions

A gaggle of League of Legends champions pose together outside of the Anime Expo. (Photo by: Gamespot staff)

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16 of the dumbest Star Wars names ever

General Grievous

Even the ability to wield four lightsabers couldn't make up for the utter obviousness of this bad guy's name. (Photo: LucasFilm)

Jar Jar Binks

Ex-squeeze me, mesa thinks Jar Jar Binks is the worst name in the Star Wars universe. Or maybe our general annoyance at this character is at fault. Doesn't matter. He goes on the list. (Photo: LucasFilm)

Qui-Gon Jinn

Liam Neeson is pretty much a badass in every single movie he's in (See: Taken). Still, a Phantom Menace writer may have been Quasi-Gon on a fifth of Jinn when this name came up. (Photo: LucasFilm)

Mission Vao

Mission Vao is the generic name given to one of the party members on the search for Darth Revan in Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic. And it just so happens that she's on a ... hey, how did you know? (Photo: Bioware)


With a name like Sebulba, it's no wonder this character lost to a kid at podracing in The Phantom Menace. He's clearly meant for onion farming anyway. (Photo: LucasFilm)

Elan Sleazebaggano

Mr. Sleazebaggano had a failed attempt at selling Obi-Wan some death sticks on Coruscant. Why anyone would even entertain his sales pitch in the first place is the real mystery. (Photo: LucasFilm)

Biggs Darklighter

Biggs was a childhood friend of Luke Skywalker. He ultimately died during the Battle of Yevin in A New Hope. But with a name that implies a lights-out kind of fate, Red Three never stood a chance (Photo: LucasFilm)

Shmi Skywalker

As much fun as alliteration can be, it couldn't save Anakin Skywalker's mother Shmi from having three consecutive consonants with a vowel at the end of her name. Anakin was doomed from the get-go. (Photo: LucasFilm)

Kit Fisto

Kit Fisto was a cool Jedi master until he met his fate at the hands of Darth Sidious. Sidious, with his much better name, struck Fisto down in Revenge of the Sith. Hey, at least Fisto got to do some good work at the Battle of Mon Calamari, which sounds like an absolutely delicious fight. (Photo: LucasFilm)

Wickett W. Warrick

He might be a cute little Ewok, but that doesn't excuse Wickett W. Warrick from criticism over a name that sounds like it belongs on the calling card of a Downton Abbey character. (Photo: LucasFilm)

Supreme Leader Snoke

There's little doubt that Andy Serkis's Supreme Leader Snoke is up to something in The Force Awakens. But with a name like Snoke, how intimidating can he really be? (Photo: LucasFilm)

Plo Koon

Plo has the unfortunate distinction of having one of the worst names on the Jedi High Council. It's so bad we can't even think of a joke for this part of the caption. (Photo: LucasFilm)

Savage Opress

Darth Maul must've been the darling child if his older brother got the name Savage Opress. (Photo: LucasFilm)

Nute Gunray

The Phantom Menace's Nute Gunray is just a lazy attempt at playing off the name Newt Gingrich, the 58th Speaker of the House. (Photo: LucasFilm)

Lott Dod

This is an outrage! Lott Dod's name is another thinly veiled take on a politician's name; this time it's former U.S. Senator Trent Lott. (Photo: LucasFilm)


Apparently if you're a laughably pathetic bad guy on Tattooine, your name has to end with an "o" (Greedo, Watto). Maybe the gross slave owner/junk dealer from Tattooine just should've been named Stocko Charactero Obviouso.

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Overwatch – Numbani and Volskaya Industries Map Sizzle
Take a look around the Numbani and Volskaya Industries maps you'll be fighting your way through in Overwatch.
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Mafia 3 Tackles Racism and the Vietnam War in 1960’s New Orleans
You would expect that a game with "Mafia" in the title would focus on the Italian mob, but Mafia III is taking the series in a direction few could have predicted could have predicted. Set in New Orleans in the 1960's, Mafia III stars Lincoln Clay, a bl...
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Overwatch – Lucio Trailer
Introducing Lucio, the latest hero on the Overwatch roster.
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Blizzard Reveals Overwatch’s New Music-Themed Character
Blizzard has unveiled a new character for its upcoming class-based shooter, Overwatch. His name is Lucio, and he's is a rhythm-themed character whose attacks are related to music.Although the developer didn't share many details about the character, it'...
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How Mafia 3 Reinvents The Mob Mentality
Mafia 3 is something of a departure for the series. With a new city, a new protagonist, and a new set of sensitive social issues to tackle, how well will Mafia 3 handle this shift in tone?
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Mafia 3 Casts You as a Black Vietnam War Veteran in 1960s New Orleans
2K Games on Wednesday released the announcement trailer for Mafia III, the next entry in the organized crime series. The video confirms the game's time period and setting as being 1960s New Orleans.We also learned the first story details for Mafia III....
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Destiny Developer Hiring “PC Compatibility Tester”
Many fans of Bungie have been clamoring for a PC port of the developer's shooter, Destiny. The studio has refused to say anything about a PC version of the game, however, instead opting to focus on the console versions. But now, it appears that Bungie ...
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